Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Transitive verbs This is a verb that affects a person or an object. It indicates that something or someone different from the subject has been affected by the action represented in the verb of the sentence.
Transitive verbs need the object to be clear and to complete the sentence. For example:
This is a verb that can indicate an action without the necessity of an object.
In other words, an intransitive verb doesn't affect a person or an object because it doesn't go from a subject to an object, as the transitive verbs do.
This verb can be followed by an adverb or an adjective; however, these elements are not considered objects. Here's an example:
Keep in mind that verbs can be transitive or intransitive according to your needs as a speaker and what you aim to communicate.
Let's observe the following examples: